Thank you for the explanation. I understand your explanation. The reason why I'm looking at Spacewalk is because I don't think that I can afford Satellite. I'll look into the cost and see if it fits the budget or not.
Your final comment said that RHEL repo can also be add to Spacewalk, but the documentation say's that SW cannot be used with RHEL repo. Can you please point me to the older posts that show how to add the RHEL repo?
From: waldirio gmail com
Date: Wed, 3 Dec 2014 20:09:29 -0200
To: spacewalk-list redhat com
Subject: Re: [Spacewalk-list] FW: redhat channel in spacewalk
Spacewalk is the RHN Satellite Project, so using Spacewalk you don't have support, updates, etc
RHN Satellite is a enterprise product, with support, updates, etc
When you buy the RHN Satellite Subscription, you can buy a "full version" or started pack, full version is, if you have 10 RHEL's, the certificate generated will come with 10 subscriptions, if you have 1k, your subscription will come with 1k subscriptions. There are details about unlimited guests, but we will not talk about it now.
When you install SW, you have a certificate to 20k servers, according bellow:
<rhn-cert-field name="owner">Spacewalk Default Organization</rhn-cert-field>
<rhn-cert-field name="issued">2007-07-13 00:00:00</rhn-cert-field>
<rhn-cert-field name="expires">2018-07-13 00:00:00</rhn-cert-field>
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
So, to conclude, if you have the opportunity to use RHN Satellite, you can do this, and add another OS's as repo. Pay attention, each server that you add in RHN Satellite, will user a Smart Management addon.
If not, don't worry, you can add rhel repo, according various older posts.
Let me know if the answer is satisfactory! :-)
msn: waldirio gmail com
On Wed, Dec 3, 2014 at 7:08 PM, Daryl Rose <darylrose outlook com> wrote:
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